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This is the map of all topics my project discusses:
See attached for images of the graphics I’m looking to emulate.
I’m a Biology teacher also interested in making things look good. I am making a lecture on zoology and decided to set up the key information in cards – so students may take a screenshot and use them for revision.
I did my best, but the design still looks crappy for me – especially the bottom half. Here’s an example (also an actual slide from presentation):
I’m working with 50+ floor plans drawn up as AI files (Example image 1).
I am a beginner user of Illustrator and I like it a lot. I also like to make concept maps like this one:
Is there any software that allows to draw block diagrams
I need large set (20 and more) of contrasted and easily visually-distinguishable colors for coloring different datasets on a scientific plot (the set of colors should not include white or black, and colors should be as bright as possible).
I was looking at the resume in this question, and I noticed the skills bar chart. I’ve seen this on several designers’ resumes and was wondering if it is a new fad, if it’s something that I should consider adding to my resume/website, etc.
I spend a fair amount of time drawing diagrams of software architecture which usually consist of variations on boxes connected with arrows. Whilst these diagrams convey the relevant information, they often leave much to be desired from the perspective of aesthetics.